St Anne's College, Oxford University

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Dedications Iris Murdoch
The dedicatee is Margaret Hubbard , who like Murdoch was one of St Anne's College 's original Fellows when it achieved collegiate status in 1957. The book was adapted for television in 1975 by Simon Raven .
Conradi, Peter J. Iris Murdoch. A Life. HarperCollins, 2002.
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Education U. A. Fanthorpe
UAF entered St Anne's College, Oxford University ; she achieved her BA Honours in English Language and Literature in 1953.
Reynolds, Gillian. Dorothy Bednarowska. Thanet Press, 2003.
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Education U. A. Fanthorpe
UAF received her Diploma of Education from London University , the year following her Honours BA in English from St Anne's College, Oxford .
Blain, Virginia, Patricia Clements, and Isobel Grundy, editors. The Feminist Companion to Literature in English: Women Writers from the Middle Ages to the Present. Yale University Press; Batsford, 1990.
Education Elizabeth Jennings
After leaving Oxford High School , EJ matriculated at St Anne's College, Oxford , enrolling for a BA Honours degree in English Language and Literature.
The Ship. St Anne’s College.
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Education Elizabeth Jennings
EJ took her Oxford BA Honours in English Language and Literature at St Anne's College .
“Contemporary Authors”. Gale Databases: Literature Resource Centre-LRC.
Education Penelope Lively
Penelope Low (later PL ) entered St Anne's College , Oxford, from a coaching establishment, to read for her BA degree in modern history.
Moran, Mary Hurley. Penelope Lively. Twayne, 1993.
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Lively, Penelope. The Five Thousand and One Nights. Fjord Press, 1997.
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Education Sara Maitland
SM was given, she says, lots of education in Western Culture at excellent if startlingly dull girls' boarding schools.
Maitland, Sara. “A Feminist Writer’s Progress”. On Gender and Writing, edited by Michelene Wandor, Pandora Press, 1983, pp. 17 -23.
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She then, in 1968, entered St Anne's College, Oxford , a university with ancient pale...
Education Naomi Mitchison
At the Society of Home Students there was then little academic supervision and no tutorial system. NM passed her science prelims, or qualifying exams, in June 1915, but never completed a degree course (degrees...
Education Jennifer Dawson
JD went up to St Anne's College , Oxford, to read history.
Whitby, Joy. “In Memory of Jennifer Hinton (Dawson 1949)”. The Ship, pp. 54 - 5.
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Education Jennifer Dawson
JD attended Mary Datchelor School in Camberwell, South London, a well-regarded girls' school founded as a charity in 1877, which closed in the 1970s with the general demise of grammar schools. From there she...
Family and Intimate relationships Jane Gardam
JG 's younger son, Tom, caused her terror in his teens when a large hole was discovered in his thigh bone. He recovered, however. Her eldest, Tim , after a successful career with the BBC
Family and Intimate relationships Kate Clanchy
KC married Matthew Reynolds in 1999, the same year that she dedicated to him Samarkand, her second volume of poetry. He is an academic (Fellow of St Anne's College, Oxford ) and has published...
Family and Intimate relationships Naomi Mitchison
In the first year of her marriage, in a little toilet at the Society of Home Students common-room in Ship Street, Oxford, NM had one of these very early miscarriages which are so usual...
Leisure and Society Iris Murdoch
The painter Marie-Louise von Motesiczky did a portrait of IM in 1964, commissioned by St Anne's College . Years later Tom Phillips painted her for the National Portrait Gallery , posed in front of Titian
Occupation Iris Murdoch
IM returned to Oxford, the city and university of her undergraduate career, as fellow and tutor in philosophy at St Anne's College .
Conradi, Peter J. Iris Murdoch: The Saint and the Artist. Macmillan, 1989.
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Todd, Richard. Iris Murdoch. Methuen, 1984.
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Timeline

1879
The Society of Oxford Home Students was founded to provide for female students not attached to a hall; it later became St Anne's College .
1879
The Society of Oxford Home Students was founded to provide for female students not attached to a hall; it later became St Anne's College .
28 May 1952
St Anne's College, Oxford University , received its Charter of Incorporation at a special ceremony.
28 May 1952
St Anne's College, Oxford University , received its Charter of Incorporation at a special ceremony.
1979
St Anne's College became the first women's college at Oxford University to go mixed (that is to admit men).
1979
St Anne's College became the first women's college at Oxford University to go mixed (that is to admit men).
September 1992
The Oxford and Cambridge Club in London rejected a motion to admit women as members instead of as lady associates: a majority of those voting were in favour, but not the required majority of...